Scholarships to the value of $3000 are available to Deaf / Hard of Hearing Western Australians or groups with the objective of encouraging these young people to seek an opportunity to develop their leadership skills.
Polling will take place on Thursday 10 September 2020 from 8am – 8pm in the Library foyers at the Joondalup Campus, Mount Lawley Campus, and South West Campus.
Be alert to third-party payment services targeting students.
ECU’s highest achievers were celebrated at this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Student Awards. The annual awards recognise the top 100 students based on their weighted average marks and number of completed units.
Be part of the change and support out LGBTIQ community.
ECU provides free, confidential services to all currently enrolled ECU students residing in Australia to address any personal issues that may be impacting your studies. Find out more about Student Counselling, Health, Equity, Diversity and Disability Service.
Join ECU staff and students to raise the Pride flag for Wear It Purple Day.
Have your say and complete the Student Experience Survey before it closes.
Aspiring writers are invited to submit their entry for the creative writing prize, the Talus.
Is your course taking you in the right direction? Job markets are always changing, check in with ECU's Careers and Employability Team to check you are on the right track.
Join ECU this Wear It Purple Day and show support for our LGBTIQ+ community.
Stay on track with your studies by making the most of all the support services available to you. Learning Advisors can help you develop your academic skills.
ECU researchers are seeking volunteers for a study on virtual reality.
Learn more about working in public education with these free workshops from the Department of Education.
Join the Alumni Relations team for this exclusive webinar with some communication industry leaders.
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